Make a Google Map from a GPS file

Other forms:  Google Earth KML/KMZ JPEG/PNG/SVG Quantitative data GPX/textProfiles

This form will automatically draw your GPS data (or KML/KMZ file, or plain text data in CSV or tab-delimited format) overlaid upon street maps and satellite imagery in Google Maps.

Please note that creating a map with a very large number of waypoints (or very long tracklogs, especially if speed or altitude colorization is enabled) can cause your Web browser to grind to a halt.

If you don't have GPS data and want to interactively draw on a map, use GPS Visualizer's "sandbox" to create your own GPX or KML file.

General map parameters   show advanced options [+]
Width: pixels [help]    Height:  [help] pixels
Full screen mode: [help]     Title:  [help]
Initial map type: [help]   Opacity: [help]
Time offset: hrs [help]      Units:  (in legend, etc.) [help]
Utilities menu: [help]     Allow export of data from the map: [help]
Your project's Google API key: [help]
Track options   show advanced options [+]
Track opacity: [help]    Line width:  [help]
Colorize by: [help]     Default color:  [help]
Track list:  [help]    Tickmark interval:  [help]
Trackpoint distance threshold: [help]    Max. points per track:  [help]
Draw tracks as waypoints: [help]
Waypoint options   show advanced options [+]
Waypoint labels: [help]
Default icon: [help]   
  Color:  [help]
Show waypoints: [help]
Generate list of markers: [help]    Width: px [help]
Upload your GPS data files here: [help]
(Total size cannot exceed 10 MB; .zip/.gz is supported)
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Or paste your data here: [help]
Force plain text to be this type:
Or provide the URL of static data on the Web:
Or a URL that the map will load dynamically:

(Google Docs spreadsheets or GPX/KML/XML files only)